Brand Equity

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Brand equity

What is Brand?:

What is Brand?

Six Levels of Brand:

Six Levels of Brand Attributes Benefits Values Culture Personality User

Definitions of Brand Equity:

Definitions of Brand Equity “Brand equity is the set of brand assets and liabilities linked to the brand, its name, and symbol, that adds or subtracts value to a product or service for a firm/ or its customers” (David Aaker). “Brand equity is the set of associations that permits the brand to earn greater volume than it would without the brand name” (Marketing Science Institute). “Brand equity is everything the customer walks into the store with” (Peter Farquhar). “A set of associations which are most strongly linked to a brand name” (Andrea Dunham).

The concept of brand equity:

The concept of brand equity Mental Brand response Brand behavioural response Market response

Types of Consumers:

Types of Consumers Entrenched users users who are not available for conversion, remain loyal Available consumers non-users who prefer the brand in question to their current choice Average users secure users who are not available for conversion, committed to the brand Ambivalent consumers non-users equally attracted to the brand in question and current choice Shallow users beginning to show sign of wavering, loyalty below average, starting to consider other brands Weakly unavailable consumers non-users whose preference lies with their current brand, but not strongly Convertible users on the threshold for leaving the brand Strongly unavailable consumers non-users who have strong preference for their current brand Secure users Vulnerable users Open non-users Unavailable non-users

Why Manage Brand Equity?:

Why Manage Brand Equity? Presence of a brand in consumers mind Influence on their buying behaviour Effects on brands market position and financial result Financial value of the brand as a immaterial assets of the company

Brand Equity Management:

Brand Equity Management Brand Image Consistency Customer Equity R & D Investment

Practical Examples:

Practical Examples Virgin Snapple Beverage Corporation

V/S:

V/S

What do you prefer? :

What do you prefer?

What motivates you to buy Sprite? :

What motivates you to buy Sprite?

Will you pay more for Sprite? :

Will you pay more for Sprite?

What motivates you to buy 7up? :

What motivates you to buy 7up?

Will you pay more for 7up?:

Will you pay more for 7up?

Sprite Ice:

Sprite Ice Awareness Did like/ Didn’t like?

7up Ice:

7up Ice Awareness Did like/ Didn’t like?

Is Sprite available everywhere and every time you want it?:

Is Sprite available everywhere and every time you want it?

Is 7up available everywhere and every time you want it?:

Is 7up available everywhere and every time you want it?

Conclusions:

Conclusions If Competition is a race then Brand Equity is Driving Skills!!!!!!!!!!